Re: Autoconf build targets
> I think using /usr/bsd, as I do now, is fairly simple. Given the
> complexity of the source package's build system, I'd like to keep it
> simple. (Keep in mind, this is only required to build the freebsd
> source package. You don't need it for anything else.) I think I really
> just need to find an FHS-compliant directory to put this stuff in.
Just looked through the FHS again, and the only places I can see are
/opt/freebsd and /usr/lib/freebsd. Since Debian has never populated /opt
(AFAIK), I recommend /usr/lib/freebsd.
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